Front Wheel Bronze bearings

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Front Wheel Bronze bearings

Post  parador on Wed 11 Jan 2017, 6:16 pm

I have 2 pots of Delta adhesive (88 retaining grade and 22 bearing grade).

Can anyone advise if it is correct to use the 22 on the bronze bushes please?  If this is correct I assume the 88 is for the brass oil pots to secure in the hubs.  Seems obvious but I thought it was worth checking.

Very pleased that the front rims have a metal fillet so that there is no need to mess about with metal filler for the fillet as with the rear wheels Very Happy

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Martin

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Re: Front Wheel Bronze bearings

Post  JayBee on Sun 15 Jan 2017, 7:57 pm

Hi Martin,

The bearing grade is fine for the bearings. You will use these two types throughout the model as you go forward. The high strentgh will be used on any threads that you want to fix permanently.

I bought an extra one of fleabay that is very thin and can be applied to nuts that are already fastened with the wheel this let me do it when everything else was in place.

John

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Re: Front Wheel Bronze bearings

Post  parador on Wed 08 Feb 2017, 10:23 pm

Thanks for the reply - just seen it.

I am planning to use it also for fixing the rivbolts into the hornplates.

Martin


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